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DogFriendly.com's United States and Canada Dog Travel Guide

written by Len and Tara Kain

If you're a dog lover, one of the things that may hold you back from traveling is what to do with your precious pooch. Sure, there are vets and boarding facilities that will care for your beloved pup while you're away, but some folks would rather take Fido along. After all, he is a member of the family.

If you'd like to take a dog-friendly vacation, that doesn't mean you have to compromise the quality of your trip. Bringing a canine companion doesn't have to mean you need to travel by car or stay in cut-rate motels. There are tens of thousands of locations that will welcome you and your adoring fur baby.

Finding lodging, airlines, transportation and hot tourist spots that will work with you and your dog can be a bit difficult if you don't have the right resources. You can save yourself hours of online research and phone calls with DogFriendly.com's United States and Canada Dog Travel Guide, written by Len and Tara Kain.

As dog lovers themselves, they know how much planning goes into organizing any trip, and how much more complicated the process can be if you're finding accommodations and destinations that allow canine companions. So, to make it easier on everyone who wishes to bring their dog with them on vacation, they've compiled over 20,000 pet-friendly locations, from resorts and B&Bs to pup-friendly beaches and must-see tours it destinations.

Along with the basics you need to know to plan your transportation, accommodations, and map out your itinerary, the book also shares pet policies for U.S. National Parks and emergency veterinarian information.

If you're hesitant to plan a vacation, because you don't want to leave your pup with strangers or ask family or friends to dog sit, why not bring your dog along? Then you can share the experience without worrying that he's missing you.